The Nerve Center of the PNP
The PNP NATIONAL OPERATIONS CENTER (NOC) is the command and control facility of the Philippine National Police of all events affecting peace and order and public safety in the country. It serves as the main coordinating center for all police regions/offices and national operational and administrative support units in pursuance of their law enforcement, internal security, public safety and records/statistics-compilation functions. On July 6, 2008, PNP Chief Director General Avelino Razon Jr., announced completion of the newly refurbished and reconfigured Camp Crame National Operations Center (NOC), powered by modern communication, imaging, and teleconferencing technology. Its new equipment include LCD monitors, CCTV cameras, and the electronic tracking system to monitor the deployment of mobile units thru global positioning system (GPS). Ret. PCSupt Constante Azares Jr., chief of the PNP-NOC that time, explained that: "The NOC is the hub and nerve center of all PNP operations and activities nationwide. All deployments, movement of troops and police operations are monitored, coordinated and directed from this facility."
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